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    Title: <紐約三部曲>中走入迷宮的偵探
    The Detective in the Maze of The New York Trilogy
    Authors: 黃筱茵
    Sharon Huang, Hsiao-Yin
    Contributors: 陳超明
    Chen, Chao-ming
    Sharon Huang, Hsiao-Yin
    Keywords: 反偵探小說
    anti-detective novel
    Auster, Paul
    Derrida, Jacques
    the writer and the reader
    Date: 2001
    Issue Date: 2016-04-15 15:58:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 保羅•奧斯特的〈紐約三部曲〉被歸類為「反偵探小說」(anti-detective novel)。在這三個故事裡,因緣際會背負了偵探角色的主角們,試圖還原事件的真相,卻個個受挫,甚至迷失在糾纏的線索與沈重的身份認同的遊戲中。他們像是一腳踏進了令人暈眩的泥沼,非但沒法用理智脫困,還愈陷愈深,隨著迷宮裡的音樂瘋狂起舞。
    Labelled as an anti-detective novel, The New York Trilogy defies the traditional detective process and instead renders the experience for man to distill and to locate meaning as an agonizing one. The protagonists in The Trilogy undertake the roles of the detective, hoping to reveal a sole truth behind the entangled situation. Yet they are not only frustrated in disclosing meaning, but thrown into extreme bafflement. Their identities fall apart, wriggling in the maze built by spiral words, crossed names and the ongoing efforts to define the relations.
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